Cyntoia Brown, whose conviction for murder and 60-year prison sentence in Tennessee drew widespread public attention following USC Annenberg professor Daniel H. Birman’s documentary film focusing on her case, has been granted clemency and will be released from prison later this year.
USC Annenberg Magazine
When the president of the United States disparages journalists and calls their work “fake news,” how should the Fourth Estate respond?
Shawna Thomas, who is in the eye of the presidential storm as Washington, D.C., bureau chief of VICE News and senior producer for VICE News Tonight, said there is no winning for journalists who try to hit back.
The best way to react, said Thomas...
The philanthropist and Trojan alumna brings her business acumen and passion for community service to the university’s governing board.
USC Annenberg alumna and real estate professional Stephanie Argyros has been elected to the USC Board of Trustees .
As a principal with the Costa Mesa-based real estate firm Arnel, Argyros...
by Willow Bay Dean and Walter H. Annenberg Chair in Communication
Today, we have unprecedented opportunities to connect, communicate and access information. Yet many of us feel less connected and less informed. At this moment of profound and, at times, destabilizing change, USC Annenberg’s mission has never been... Read more
When the popular television series “Game of Thrones” ended last month, fans bemoaned the long wait until the final season. Speculation pegs...